By Ryan Blackburn
Chandler Hutchison is a 6’7 forward with the physical tools to match up with other NBA caliber wings. After averaging 20.0 points, 7.7 rebounds, and 3.5 assists, the Boise State product won the Mountain West Player of the Year award for his excellent senior season. Hutchison is older than most NBA prospects, but he demonstrated a great NBA skill set during his final year. Whichever team drafts Hutchison will be getting a solid two-way player who can fill a role in an NBA caliber offense, which should be exciting for a team like Denver that already has star power.
Weight: 200 lbs
Wingspan: About 7’0”
Standing Reach: Unknown
Data courtesy CBB at Sports-Reference.com.
Versatility. One of the best parts of Hutchison’s game on offense is his ability to fill several roles. At Boise State, he led the team in points, rebounds, assists, and steals, He had a number of games where he was the primary scorer, including a 44 point performance against San Diego State, but he also posted five or more assists in 10 of the 31 games he played, posted ten or more rebounds in 12 times, and posted two or more steals 13...